Expecting your Halloween party to be the same as all the others? People wearing white sheets? Toilet-paper mummies? Here are some frightfully good cocktail recipes, which are sure to keep your guests a bit more entertained!
½ measure kalua
½ measure Malibu
½ measure Godfreys’ Butterscotch Schnapps
1 measure milk
All of the ingredients should be chilled beforehand. Mix the ingredients together with ice in a mixing glass and then strain into a shot glass to serve.
1 oz rum
½ oz gin
¼ oz Godfrey’s Peach Schnapps
1 tbsp honey
¾ fill a hot mug with tea, then add all of the other ingredients and stir gently.
1 measure Godfrey’s Peach Schnapps
1 tsp Baileys
½ tsp grenadine
Pour the peach schnapps into a shot glass, next carefully float the Baileys on top. Finally top with the grenadine.
1 oz Godfrey’s Peach Schnapps
1 oz melon liqueur
3-5 drops baileys
Put the schnapps and liqueur into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass and add the baileys drop by drop into the middle of the drink.
For some added ghoulishness, try making some creepy ice-cubes by putting some toy bugs, worms, eyeballs etc in an icecube tray with water before the party.
With Halloween coming up, we at the Godfrey’s Schnapps team have been coming up with some ingenious dressing-up ideas for the occasion. Try scaring some of your co-workers after lunch in the cafeteria, with these fierce fangs…( can you tell how they were made? Check out Funny Town’s blog for some more inspired ideas…http://funny-town.blogspot.com/2006/10/absolute-crazy-innovations.html )
Look at these fruity Havaianas (by Marina J Ferreira http://www.behance.net/gallery/Havaianas-Fruity-Slices/404809)
Good enough to eat!
Look at this ingenious idea (from David Weik at http://www.behance.net/) to track your “Apple a day” eating habits. On this funky wall poster you can remember when you have eaten an apple and what variety of apple it was! For a bit of variation try a Belle de Boskoop or a Peasgood Nonsuch. This only begs the question, do you think a Godfrey’s Apple Schnapps and Lemonade could count towards my “apple a day”??!
I saw this fruity cocktail online recently (http://www.thedragonskitchen.com/) , and tried it with Godfrey’s Peach Schnapps… absolutely dreamy and perfect as a desert after a Sunday Brunch… Enjoy!
1 1/2 cups frozen peaches, sliced and slightly thawed
3/4 cup Greek yogurt, plain
1/2 cup milk
6 ml Godfrey’s Peach Schnapps
1 tablespoon liquid honey
3 ml Framboise (raspberry liquor)
4 mint leaves
1) Combine peaches, yogurt, milk, peach schnapps and honey in a blender. Add a little more milk if the mixture seems too thick.
2) Divide smoothie between two large glasses; drizzle Framboise into each glass, dividing evenly (Framboise will sink slowly to the bottom of the glass).
3) Garnish with raspberries and mint leaves. Serve at once.